Senator Sherrod Brown meets with Lake County environmental leaders
(WASHINGTON, D.C.) - U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-OH) met this week with labor and environmental leaders with the Sierra Club including Painesville resident Sue Tullai-McGuinness.
Sue and the other Sierra Club representatives were in Washington to discuss methane emissions. They met with Brown during his weekly coffee with constituents.
"Understanding renewable energy is critical to our nation's future," said Brown. "It is important to hear from groups like the Sierra Club about how we grow our economy while protecting the environment."
Brown announces a more than $230,000 investment in housing for homeless Northeast Ohio Veterans
(WASHINGTON D.C.) - "Even one homeless veteran is too many. Our veterans have earned our gratitude and we cannot stand by while some of them face life on the street,” Brown said. “The housing assistance provided through HUD-VASH is an important investment in ensuring that all northeast Ohio veterans have a place to call home.”
Through the HUD-VASH program, the below awardees will provide critical rental assistance while working in partnership with the Louis Stokes (Cleveland) VA Medical Center to provide case management and health services to homeless veterans. Click here for the whole story
Brown announces $750,000 for forclosure prevention and blight removal in Lake County
(WASHINGTON, DC) – U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-OH) today $750,000 in federal funding for foreclosure prevention and blight removal in Lake County. The Lake County Land Reutilization Corporation received $750,000 through the Hardest Hit Fund Program, a portion of $191 million awarded to the Ohio Housing Finance Agency (OHFA). The funding is part of a $2 billion investment that Brown secured in December to bolster the Hardest Hit Fund as part of the year-end government funding bill. Click here for the whole story
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